Friday, April 09, 2010

VOTE SNP - KEEP OUT THE BAD GUYS

Image from: Paul Waugh Blogs Evening Standard

Some politicians have a dark side.

In the UK, Stuart MacLennan, the Labour party candidate for Moray in Scotland, has made some Twitter postings (Scottish Sun).

He called House of Commons speaker John Bercow a "t**", Tory chief David Cameron a "t***" and Lib Dem leader Nick Clegg "a b******".

He described veteran Labour MP Diane Abbot as "a f****** idiot".

Labour really love Scotland! - Such High Quality Of Candidates?

In 2008, there was panic among the powers-that-be when the Scottish National Party won the by-election in Glasgow East, the Labour Party's third safest seat.

When it came to the by-election in Glenrothes, the powers-that-be were not asleep.

It looks like the GLENROTHES election WAS RIGGED.

The Scottish National Party (SNP) are ahead in Scotland, according to the latest poll of readers of the Sunday Post (April 2010). (more >>> )

SNP - 37.6%

Conservatives - 26%

Labour - 19%

Sunday Post readers may not be entirely typical.

However, on 8 April 2010, an Angus Reid Public Opinion poll in Scotland, showed SNP support up 9% and Labour support down 5%.

The anti-war SNP should be able to hold the balance of power in the London parliament, unless there is vote rigging and dirty tricks.





EWWW...Big Government Puts a Bad Taste in My Mouth. It would be good if there were more people like Ron Paul in Congress?

What happened in the US elections?

"Well it seems that the Rothschild backed CFR member that wants a New World Order just beat the Rothschild backed CFR member that wants a New World Order to the Whitehouse.

What will happen in the UK elections?

"In Britain a Rothschild puppet who wants a New World Order will be defeated by a Rothschild puppet that wants a New World Order too." (Cached)

Labour's Blair and the Conservatives' Cameron - same policies on Afghanistan and Israel.

Big organisations are usually bad.

In 2009, General Electric made $10.3 billion in income.

But it paid no tax.

Instead it got a tax benefit of $1.1 billion. (What The Top U.S. Companies Pay In Taxes)

When there are big governments, it's the little people who pay taxes.

In 2008, Carlsberg, of Denmark, and Heineken, of the Netherlands bought the UK brewer called Scottish and Newcastle.

The Scottish & Newcastle brewery at Reading in the UK will soon be closed.

Heads of department are now in Amsterdam. (Foreign takeovers in Britain: Small island for sale The Economist)

Big governments do not defend the little people.




Small organisations are good.

The richest countries in the world are all small countries (GDP (nominal) per capita.):
Luxembourg
Liechtenstein
Norway
Switzerland
Denmark

The least corrupt countries are all small countries (Corruption.):

New Zealand
Denmark
Singapore
Sweden
Switzerland

The happiest countries in the world are all small countries (Happiest countries Reuters.com ):

Costa Rica (which has no army)
Denmark
Iceland
Switzerland

Others that are usually listed include Finland, Ireland, Netherlands, Sweden, Canada.

In the USA there are too many big bad institutions, such as the Pentagon.

Are all the big parties pretty much the same?

In the UK there is to be a general election.

The best outcome will be a 'hung parliament' where neither of the big parties has a majority and the small parties have to be listened to.

Of the small UK parties, we do not like UKIP because it wants to increase spending on defence by 40%.

We do not like the Liberal Democrats because they want to keep the troops in Afghanistan.

We do like the Scottish and Welsh Nationalists who want to take the troops out of Afghanistan and who want to scrap Trident and ID cards.

Others worth considering are the Green party (anti war), Respect (wants troops out of Afghanistan), TUSC (anti war) and the Alliance for Democracy whose policy is 'whatever the public want, they get'.

Gordon Brown's Labour Party wants to keep Trident missiles, at a cost of around £100 billion. Brown plans bigger cuts than under Margaret Thatcher.

The Scottish National Party (SNP) pledge investment as they attack Labour 'cuts'

The SNP attack Labour for planning "deeper and tougher" cuts than under Margaret Thatcher's government.

The SNP, in power in Scotland, claims it is funding 500 times more houses for poor people than Labour did during their last four years in power in Scotland.

The SNP says the Labour Party's Alistair Darling has admitted that Labour's cuts will be 'deeper and tougher' than even those of Margaret Thatcher.

The SNP stood shoulder-to-shoulder with workers at drinks firm Diageo, when jobs were threatened.

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Scotland needs champions SNP - Scottish National Party

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